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​ ​​DEPARTMENT​ ​OF​ ​EDUCATION​ ​AND​ ​TEACHER​ ​DEVELOPMENT CLINICAL​​TEACHING DIRECT​​INSTRUCTION

ED​ ​468:​ ​INTRODUCTORY​ ​SUPERVISED​ ​TEACHING:​ ​​ ​

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Candidate:​​Sierra​​Dasher

Date:

​​9/28/17

Content​​Area:​​Social​​Science

Grade​​Level:10th

Subject​​Matter:​​World​​History

Lesson​​Content​​Description:

​​The​​students​​will​​be​​learning​​about​​the​​rise​​and​​fall​​of

Napoleon​​Bonaparte,​​and​​be​​introduced​​to​​the​​Congress​​of

Vienna​​through​​a​​document​​analysis​​and​​questions.

Instructional​​Strategies/Method​​of​​Delivery:

● PowerPoint

● Video

● Doc​​Camera

● Marking​​the​​Text​​Strategy

Common​​Core​​Standard:

​​10.1.4.​​Explain​​how​​the​​ideology​​of​​the​​French​​Revolution​​led​​France​​to​​develop​​from

constitutional​​monarchy​​to​​democratic​​despotism​​to​​the​​Napoleonic​​empire.

10.1.5.​​Discuss​​how​​nationalism​​spread​​across​​Europe​​with​​Napoleon​​but​​was​​repressed

for​​a​​generation​​under​​the​​Congress​​of​​Vienna​​and​​Concert​​of​​Europe​​until​​the​​Revolutions

of​​1848.

Common​​Core​​Lesson​​Objective:

​​Students​​will​​be​​able​​to​​describe​​and​​analyze​​the​​impact​​that​​the​​Congress​​of​​Vienna​​had

on​​Europe​​through​​a​​document​​and​​political​​cartoon​​analysis.

Assessment:

Formative:​​I​​will​​be​​assessing​​my​​student’s​​knowledge​​of​​the​​Congress​​of​​Vienna

through​​an​​exit​​question.

Summative:

Lesson/Assessment​​Modifications:

ELL:​​visuals​​and​​marking​​the​​text​​strategy

Special​​Needs:​​marking​​the​​text​​strategy,​​and​​check​​in’s

Technology:​ ​​ ​Describe​ ​the​ ​types​ ​of​ ​technology​ ​you​ ​will​ ​be​ ​utilizing​ ​in​ ​your​ ​lesson​ ​to create​​and​​enhance​​instruction If​​no​​technology​​is​​used,​​please​​explain​​why.

​​PowerPoint

Doc​​Camera

Video

LESSON​​PREVIEW​​PRIOR​​TO​​TEACHING

Prior​​knowledge​​required​​for​​this​​lesson/objective​​success

​​French​​Revolution

● Napoleon​​Bonaparte’s​​impact​​on​​Europe

Review​​sub-skills​​required​​for​​this​​lesson/objective

​​Reading​​Comprehension

June​​2014

LESSON​​PRESENTATION

INTO

Step-by-Step​​Anticipatory​​Set/Orientation

​​The​​students​​will​​be​​finishing​​the​​last​​few​​minutes​​of​​their​​video​​notes​​that​​go​​into

detail​​about​​the​​fall​​of​​Napoleon​​Bonaparte​​and​​the​​French​​Empire.

● We​​will​​debrief​​the​​video​​notes​​and​​discuss​​his​​impact​​on​​Europe

● Then​​we​​will​​transition​​into​​discussing​​the​​Congress​​of​​Vienna

Re-state​​Common​​Core​​Content​​Standard​​and​​Objective:

10.1.4.​​Explain​​how​​the​​ideology​​of​​the​​French​​Revolution​​led​​France​​to​​develop​​from

constitutional​​monarchy​​to​​democratic​​despotism​​to​​the​​Napoleonic​​empire.

10.1.5.​​Discuss​​how​​nationalism​​spread​​across​​Europe​​with​​Napoleon​​but​​was

repressed​​for​​a​​generation​​under​​the​​Congress​​of​​Vienna​​and​​Concert​​of​​Europe​​until the​​Revolutions

of​​1848.

​​Students​​will​​be​​able​​to​​describe​​and​​analyze​​the​​impact​​that​​the​​Congress​​of​​Vienna​​had

on​​Europe​​through​​a​​document​​and​​political​​cartoon​​analysis.

THROUGH

Step-by-Step​​Modeling/Presentation​​of​​the​​Objective

● I​​will​​debrief​​the​​fall​​of​​Napoleon​​video​​notes,​​and​​segue​​the​​information​​into​​the

Congress​​of​​Vienna.

● I​​will​​review​​the​​marking​​the​​text​​strategies​​that​​the​​students​​will​​be​​using​​as​​they

read​​to​​themselves.

Step-by-Step​​Guided/Structured​​Practice​​of​​the​​Objective:​​Gradual​​Release​​of

Instruction

​​We​​will​​then​​do​​a​​guided​​practice​​of​​answering​​the​​first​​question​​of​​the

document-based​​questions​​together.

Technology​​used​​to​​create​​and​​enhance​​Guided​​Practice​​examples:​​Projector​​and

screen

Checking​​for​​Understanding/Formative​​Assessment​​of​​Each​​Student’s

Performance/Closure​​of​​Instruction

● I​​will​​check​​for​​understanding​​by​​asking​​my​​students​​formative​​questions​​about​​the

document​​and​​first​​question.

BEYOND

Independent​​Practice/Summative​​Assessment​​of​​Each​​Student’s​​Performance

​​Students​​will​​then​​be​​released​​to​​finish​​the​​rest​​of​​the​​document-based​​questions

on​​their​​own.

● After​​they​​have​​finished​​their​​independent​​work,​​I​​will​​review​​their​​answers​​with

them​​by​​randomly​​calling​​on​​students​​to​​volunteer.

● I​​will​​use​​a​​PowerPoint​​as​​a​​supplement​​material​​in​​reinforcing​​the​​content​​with​​the

document-based​​questions

Final​​Closure​​of​​Lesson:

● Students​​will​​be​​asked​​to​​analyze​​a​​political​​cartoon​​based​​on​​the​​Congress​​of

Vienna​​for​​their​​final​​closure

Technology​​used​​to​​create​​and​​enhance​​Independent​​Practice:​​PowerPoint

June​​2014